Level 1 – Baby Classes

Kindermusik with Ali baby programmes are for younger babies from approximately 5 months to first steps,  and for older babies from 1-2 years (cruisers/early walkers). You are also welcome to join a baby class if your baby is younger than 5 months, whenever you feel ready, even from a few weeks old.

These classes provide families with a special place for learning and connecting with other parents and babies through music and movement, using a lovely mix of child-focused activities.

In the younger baby class, babies are encouraged to explore and experiment within a safe environment, whilst all areas of their development are being stimulated through their senses. We will also learn more about how music helps your baby’s development.

In the 1-2 year baby class, we focus on your child’s early movement and learning, helping build the muscles your little one needs to walk, run and climb, and singing songs with actions, using our fine and gross motor skills.


“SING & PLAY” CLASSES

UNITS FOR THE AUTUMN TERM 2019

Unit 1 – “Around the House”

In this unit we’ll be enjoying musical activities based on a home theme. Play sweeping up with the pom-poms, sing pat-a-cake, go walking with the little dog Rags, and hide and seek with the scarves. Lots of fun learning about our routines around the house.

Unit 2 – “Yum!”

Let’s play cooking! We will be singing songs about food in this unit. Play flipping the pancakes, shake the apple tree, and dance and stop with the egg shakers. You will love joining in with all our songs and rhymes about food, leading up to Christmas.

TERM COST

Full Term:- £90.00 (11 weeks) discount price
1st Half Term:- £51.00 (6 weeks), 2nd Half Term £42.50 (5 weeks)

Fees include Class CD and musical instrument, plus access to Kindermusik Online @Home Resources.

AUTUMN TERM DATES

Term begins on Monday 9th September – Term ends Friday 6th December
(Half term is two weeks from 21st October)


  

“A lovely relaxed, friendly, welcoming environment, full of fun and engaging activities and music.”